Wimberley, TX (PRWEB) November 02, 2011
Vaginal self-sampling for Human Papillomavirus (HPV) at home could unveil many cases of cervical cancer or precancerous lesions. The Lancet is the world's leading general medical journal and they have just announced this groundbreaking news today.
Nerissa Oden's passion for health has lead her to spread the word about HPV and how to heal it naturally. Last month marks the third consecutive year of normal pap smear test results after receiving a severely abnormal pap test, along with testing positive for a strain of HPV linked to cervical cancer. The official diagnosis was CIN 3 cervical dysplasia, the stage of cell deterioration just before cervical cancer.
Today, HPV is considered to be the second largest cause of cancer behind smoking and is a contributing factor to cancer in men as well. Nerissa resides in Wimberley, Texas and shares her full story and natural protocol in a free ebook, "How I Healed My Severe Dysplasia and HPV Naturally (You Can Too)" at http://www.gotabadpap.com
After receiving her first bad test result, Nerissa had routine surgery to remove a large amount of her cervical tissue thought to contain all the abnormal cells. When she was diagnosed a second time with CIN 3 cervical dysplasia (precancer), she was advised that only a complete removal of her cervix and uterus would prevent cervical cancer.
But Nerissa sought a natural, non-surgical solution and found a doctor who provided a protocol of targeted supplements and stress relief to help her cells return to normal instead of removing them with surgery. After five months on a protocol of mostly over-the-counter vitamins, her gynecologist performed a pap test and found her cervix was completely normal. Several follow-up tests through her gynecologist's office have been normal, including her annual exam last month.
To help others who also want to combat HPV and bad pap results naturally, or in conjunction with surgery, Nerissa has written her full story in a free downloadable book, which includes the detailed protocol of vitamins that she and her husband followed, as well as, other natural health solutions, like addressing her overwhelming feelings of fear that she experienced. The book includes footnotes on HPV related cancers, including cervical, oral, anal and prostate cancer data and statistics, as well as, recommendations on books, videos and websites about HPV and cancer.
Since its release in December 2010, over 1,500 people have downloaded her currently published book for free. More details can be found at http://www.gotabadpap.com